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February 6, 2017  •  

Monday’s Government Relations and Ethics News

gov-building-symbol-mdCampaign Finance

Trump Vows to ‘Totally Destroy’ Restrictions on Churches’ Support of Candidates” by John Wagner and Julie Zauzmer for The Washington Post

State Democrats Say Federal Campaign Finance Probe Has Ended” by Susan Haigh (Associated Press) for The Washington Times


New York: “JCOPE Staff Lays Out Legislative Wish List” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Pennsylvania: “Council Members Regularly Missing Mandated Ethics Training” by Tricia Nadolny for Philadelphia Inquirer

Pennsylvania: “Farnese Acquitted in Federal Fraud Trial” by Jeremy Roebuck for Philadelphia Inquirer

South Dakota: “Daugaard Signs Ethics Repeal Bill” by John Axtell (Associated Press) for KCSR

Legislative Issues

Washington: “State Lawmaker Defends Dual Jobs in Senate, Trump Administration” by Walker Orenstein for Tacoma News Tribune


Marijuana Lobby Goes Mainstream” by Reid Wilson for The Hill

Nebraska: “Ernie Chambers Continues Effort to Stop Lobbyist Meals for Senators” by Zach Pluhacek for Lincoln Journal Star

Tennessee: “Analysis: The power of Tennessee lobbyists” by Dave Boucher for The Tennessean

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